[hi-span-uh-sahyz] /hɪˈspæn əˌsaɪz/
verb (used with object), Hispanicized, Hispanicizing. (sometimes lowercase)
to make Spanish or Latin American, as in character, custom, or style.
to bring under Spanish or Latin-American domination or influence.
(transitive) to make Spanish, as in custom or culture; bring under Spanish control or influence
[his-puh n-yoh-luh; Spanish ees-pahn-yaw-lah] /ˌhɪs pənˈyoʊ lə; Spanish ˌis pɑnˈyɔ lɑ/ noun 1. an island in the West Indies, comprising the republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. 29,843 sq. mi. (77,293 sq. km). /ˌhɪspənˈjəʊlə; Spanish ispaˈɲola/ noun 1. the second largest island in the Caribbean, in the Greater Antilles: divided politically into Haiti and […]
[ees-pah-nee-th ahth ] /isˌpɑ niˈðɑð/ noun, (often initial capital letter) Spanish. 1. hispanism, especially as directed toward political objectives.
[his-puh-niz-uh m] /ˈhɪs pəˌnɪz əm/ noun, (often initial capital letter) 1. a movement in Latin America for the promotion of Spanish or of native culture and influence. Compare . 2. a word, phrase, feature, etc., associated with Spain or Latin America.
[his-puh-nist] /ˈhɪs pə nɪst/ noun 1. a specialist in the Spanish or Portuguese language or in Spanish or Latin-American literature or culture.